Nick Cannon Performs Spiritual Spoken Word

Nick Cannon has ditched the turban, swapping the headgear for a recent fade, however he hasn’t misplaced contact together with his “greater self.” The comic shared a video a spoken phrase efficiency that’s introduced as an amalgamation knowledge from a range non secular and spiritual factions. His poetry refers to a couple the world’s greatest, or relatively most well-known, religions together with Buddhism, Rastafari, Christianity, Islam. Peep the transcribed poem after the soar.

This content material distinction Cannon’s earlier social media submit, a snippet a standup routine highlighting the rationale why “white persons are nonetheless on the high our society.” He exhibits some versatility within the methods through which he treats critical points.

The full poem, as captioned:

No Drama (extra dharma)
No Drama (extra dharma)
Cosmic order my karma
Moorish my honor
More than my mama
Muhammad the Father
Taught us the Seal the Prophets
Buddha the dhamma
Showed me the Four Truths Nirvana
Hindu the Tantra
Beautiful views our mantra
Jehovah-jireh Provider
Jehovah Rapha for liken to the waters Marah
My energy is within the love
Whether you lengthy for Jesus or Allah
5 Percent my information self 
My ancestors in bondage
Help me I’m drowning
Catch me I’m falling
Who Do I Love?
I suppose that’s my drawback
Who Do I Love?
I Guess That’s My Problem

Leonard Cohen's "Kanye West Is Not Picasso" Poem Posthumously Published

He might have handed away two years in the past however Leonard Cohen’s work continues to be being revealed right now. The iconic Canadian singer and poet will reportedly have a brand new addition to his discography quickly however proper now, his poetic work is being solid within the highlight. The “Hallelujah” singer gave the impression to be enamored by the life Kanye West lives and speaks about, or so it seems in a single his poems that has been posthumously revealed.

Kanye West is admittedly a fascinating man. You by no means fairly know what he’ll say or do subsequent. We count on that perhaps he’ll have one thing to say about Cohen’s poem, titled “Kanye West Is Not Picasso.” The late icon makes reference to some the world’s geniuses in Edison, Tesla, and Picasso, additionally citing Kanye West and Jay-Z. “Kanye West is just not Picasso/ I’m Picasso,” writes Cohen. The work is included in a set poetry known as The Flame, which is now on bookshelves. 

The literary piece is a fairly fascinating learn, which seems to be written straight after West made feedback evaluating himself to Picasso. It feels shockingly present, particularly contemplating the artist’s assembly with President Donald Trump right now. This is the primary time it is being shared publically with it being dated March 15, 2015. Read via it beneath and tell us your ideas.

Halsey Hopes Donald Trump "Watches My F**king Speech"

Halsey penned an emotional raw and ultimately powerful poem that she delivered at the recent Women’s March that went down in New York City, and now, she wants Donald Trump to give it a listen.

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The singer, who is currently dating rapper G-Eazy, was asked a few questions by a TMZ photog and, when he commented on her poem and how heartwrenching it was, the singer seemed to be deeply appreciative his reaction to her work. Towards the end the video, she was (predictably) asked if she had any messages for President Donald Trump, insar as the #MeToo movement is concerned, and her response was simple: “I hope he watches my f**king speech.” Check out all what she had to say below.

Halsey’s speech began with her admitting that, in terms form, poetry would allow her to get her message across the best. “I don’t really know how to do a speech unless it rhymes,” she said, before launching into a bleak recounting how she was sexually abused as a child and how she accompanied a female friend hers to Planned Parenthood after a rape. You can see the full transcript the poem here and check out the video footage her delivering the moving prose below.

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Halsey has been a strong advocate for female equality and empowerment in the music industry as late, especially after she called out the Firefly festival lineup makers for skewing too heavily to male performers. You can read all the details on that story here.